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The research workshop "Computational Aesthetics as a Negotiated Boundary" was a project funded by the [[CREATOR network]]. The objective was to investigate the ways in which the boundary between artistic practice and technology research results in reconceptualisation of what we mean by aesthetic experience.
  
 
The workshop applied the [[Blackwell-Leach Method]] for facilitation of interdisciplinary design workshops.
 
The workshop applied the [[Blackwell-Leach Method]] for facilitation of interdisciplinary design workshops.

Revision as of 08:37, 3 August 2011

The research workshop "Computational Aesthetics as a Negotiated Boundary" was a project funded by the CREATOR network. The objective was to investigate the ways in which the boundary between artistic practice and technology research results in reconceptualisation of what we mean by aesthetic experience.

The workshop applied the Blackwell-Leach Method for facilitation of interdisciplinary design workshops.

Project leaders:

Crucible participants:

Publication:

Blackwell, A.F. and Dodgson, N.A. (2010). Computational aesthetics as a negotiated boundary. Leonardo 43(1), 88-89. http://dx.doi.org/10.1162/leon.2010.43.1.88